I would like to know, so all radicals and non-radicals that make up Chinese character have names?
If so, then where can I find a radical and non-radical Chinese character component dictionary?
I was thinking, that if someone was teaching, they may want to use name (and perhaps also 的-descriptions, for disambiguation), when teaching them.
This would also have the advantage, of, adding visually impaired people understand, the various components a character was made up of, which might help explain its meaning, a pronunciation clue, or even, which I think would be very nice, a story related to the parts that make up a character.
In theory, it would be nice to have a Braille system, where a long sequence of Braille characters, told the user on a Braille device (which could also speak), the exact components and layout of these radical and non-radical components.
After all, blind users may be curious.